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July 12, 2024

New legislation could move up California’s presidential primary

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla and State Sen. Ricardo Lara (D-Bell Gardens) are calling for California voters to have an earlier say in the presidential primary process.

Latest Numbers show Measure C passing

Measure C is passing as of results on Friday, May 5.

Greenfield school board supports ag pesticide safety

The Board of Trustees of Greenfield Union School District voted unanimously March 8 to pass a first-of-its-kind pesticide safety resolution.

Dance to the music

Greenfield youth are learning about their culture while participating in Arcoiris Cultural, a children’s dance group, at the Greenfield Cultural Arts Center every Thursday and Friday evening.

BLM announces fire restrictions for county lands

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced that precautionary fire restrictions would be in place beginning Saturday, June 10, on public lands managed by the Central Coast Field Office. The restrictions prohibit campfires or open flames on BLM-managed

Ladies meet weekly for long-standing card game

A group of four South County women put their Bridge skills to the test every Wednesday when they spend several hours playing cards.

YMCA gears up for summer with day camp, sports programs

Summer is a week away and the South County YMCA is bringing activities for youth through its Summer Day Camp program, starting June 10.


Community members gathered Saturday along the Arroyo Seco River near Greenfield to watch dozens of rubber ducks float down the river with hopes of winning a prize during the Arroyo Seco Duck Race.

Fair time is here

The carnival rides have arrived, 4-H and FFA exhibits have been turned in, sheep, beef, swine, goats and chicken projects have been groomed, all in preparation for the Salinas Valley Fair's start on Thursday.

Feedback sought for county EMS system

The Monterey County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Agency will be hosting a series of five community-based listening sessions designed to help the county assess the effectiveness of its EMS system.